If there is anything truly enjoyable, it is witnessing Mother Nature in all of her glory, from hearing a leaf fall from a tree to hearing the sounds of the most exotic and tiniest creatures. These are the minute elements that provide us with a satisfying experience.
Many people take a few days to disconnect from the city’s daily grind, while others have the great fortune of living in a place that appears to be straight out of a fairy tale.
We present you to a woman who lives in a lovely natural setting, where she may not only gaze at the tall green trees on a regular basis, but also feed some animals that have become her greatest friends.
Especially a tiny wild deer who, since she was a calf, the lady has worked hard to earn his confidence.
When she first met the young deer, it was a baby, scared and delicate, and the little animal accepted her caresses and attention. The bond, like the small deer, blossomed over time. The link between these two entities has only grown stronger since then.
Every day, the animal knows it will be fed and will be the focus of attention for a few minutes when it arrives at the woman’s house.
The adorable little animal lives in its natural habitat, but it pays a daily visit to the woman who cared for it when it was a baby. Every morning, the deer replies to a call that the lady makes in front of nature; she has no idea if the animal is an orphan.
The deer recognizes the sound and walks kilometers from anyplace in the forest to reach the home, as if it were some sort of secret communication between the two.
The link between the deer and the lady is not only startling but also profoundly delicate; we may even speculate that the animal views the human as a foster mother.
When the deer returns home, they cuddle for a long time before going to the kitchen to make him a bottle, while the deer patiently waits by his side like a child waiting for his favorite food.
The deer will drink the bottle in seconds once it is ready. In this regard, the lady says:
This is what we do in the mornings, lunches, and dinners.”